Slender legs, slight shoulders and a trim bottom are your best features.
You are fullest around your mid-section, so you want to draw emphasis away from this and shine the light on your strong points. Showing off your neckline, forearms and a little leg will make you look longer and leaner.
The most common pitfall for oval body shapes is trying to cover up your frame instead of showing off the best assets. You need to fight that instinct and do the opposite.
Streamline your frame by showcasing your neckline in cowl, round and V-necks, this will also draw the eye up and away from your middle. Avoid belts and instead keep details like embellishment or buttons above your bust line or below your hips. Tops with elasticated waistbands are great for creating volume and disguising your tummy.
Open cuts particularly on cardigans and kimono cover-ups do a fantastic job at streamlining your silhouette. Jackets should be tailored in the back and fall below the waist to mid-thigh. Styles with V-shaped lapels draw the attention up top and distract from your middle.
Put the focus on your gorgeous legs in high-waisted A-line skirts, lighter coloured trousers and jeans. Slim straight legs are best and go for longer length styles not cropped.
Empire line and bias cuts are fantastic for nipping you in under the bust and skimming over your mid-section.